Club Cactus Paradise
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Kids pool
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... of the Modern World! When one of our group asked our guide, where was the temple, he responded, 'it WAS here'. But we did get to see, in the same view, the pagan ruins of Artemis's temple, the remains of the Basilica of St John, the Fortress on the hill, a mosque, and a stork nest on the one remaining column of the temple. And a gaggle of geese on the ground, nearby. Not a bad conglomeration of history, geography, nature, religion and ...
... ve learnt. We have noticed the "gozleme" on a number of occasions and are keen to try it. A lavish style of bread is rolled and cooked on a domed hot plate. Your choice of fillings include, feta and spinach, lamb mince and mixed vegetables. Bo Bo and myself are impressed and will try again. We are also keen to try our hand with cooking them when we get home! Our final day in Kas is a rest day, washing day, do as you please day! The weather has been magic, 30*c - 35*c, clear ...
... cream and another sweet treat that resembled and tasted like a mix between a vanilla pudding and a creme brûlée. Filled up on delicious treats, we once more boarded the bus and took the hour long trip back to Izmir where we finally made it to our hotel. We rested for about thirty minutes and then made our way to the 14 floor where we enjoyed a very nice but simple dinner of salad, mushroom soup, chicken and rice, topped off with a very enjoyable glass of ...
... and some chunks of a column are mounted to make 1 shabby semi-column, far short of the original 127 marble ones. It was supposedly the first temple built of marble. (Wikipedia)
Just 3 kms away is the main site of Ephesus, founded in the 10th century BCE (!!!). (Wikipedia) The Temple of Artemis was the reason for Ephesus and its size, fame and wealth. Today, only about 20% ...
... pieces waiting to be put together. I don't think I would like that job. Afterwards we visited the Library of Celcius and then onto the massive Theatre. I don't think that Chariots were driven through the city as there are no markings from the wheels. It was certainly a wonderful experience to see something this old. The imagination just runs wild.
Also here in this town is the last place the Virgin Mary lived. We were told that there ...